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Come writers and critics who prophesize with your
And keep your eyes wide the chance won't come
And don't speak too soon for the wheels still in
And there's no telling who where it's aiming
For the loser now will be later to win
For the times they are a changing.
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The line it is drawn; the curse it is cast
The slow one now will later be fast
As the present now will later be past
The order is rapidly fading
The first one now will later be last
For the times they are a changing."
For profiteers, wnat a Lovely war
To Mr. Edward McCabe the class of 1970
fondly dedicates this yearbook. Mr. McCabe
has been teaching at Salem High School for
39 years. He is loved for his dedication,
friendliness, and his concern for the students
and faculty members of Salem High. Thank
you Mr. McCabe for the sunshine you have
brought into our school.
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THE VOICE OF TOMORROW
Ours is a unique generation:
Filled with hope, burdened with responsibility,
We inherit a superior, yet imperfect society.
In the name of progress,
We trespass accepted boundaries of tradition.
Often controversial, never apathetic,
We are censured by many, understood by few.
Rejecting outdated ways for dynamic ones,
We insist on being heard,
For our claim to the future cannot be denied.
* * * *
Linda M. Pelletier
Salem High, '70
anthony m. ahearn
"the world should listen
as i am listening now."
john s. andrews
"happy am i; from care i'm free."
" giggles "
"i am giddy, expectation whirls
wayne I. andrews
"he's a gentleman, a scholar and
an athlete all in one."
deidre f. antos
"my life is like a stroll on the
john r. arthur
" Schwartz "
"overflowing with wit, merri-
ment and pleasure."
paula m. attridge
"a maid of grace and complete
marlene m. aubert
"beauty and grace command the
janet I. april john w. archambault
"a lovely lady garmented in light "wally"
from her own beauty." "come fill up my cup, come fill
up my can. saddle your horses
and call all your friends."
"no greater spirit hath any man."
robert w. baker, jr.
"good nature is without disguise.'
"a thing of beauty is a joy for-
bertram r. beaulieu
"an honest man with a warm
linda I. belfiore
"always bubbling over with pep
and radiant laughter."
kathryn h. bellew
" kathy "
"gentle ways, happy, kind, a
better friend you'll never find."
laurent |. bedard
"a man of deeds, not words."
lynda I. bellows paula m. bemis
"/ynne" “a maid of quiet ways, friendly
"a little mystery mixed with a to all she'll ever be."
rene v. bergeron glenn d. bergevin
" little burger" "flash"
"he who does not love wine, "still achieving, still pursuing."
women, and song remains a fool
his whole life long."
roger j. berube
"to be what we are, and to be-
come what we are capable of
becoming is the only end of life."
" rin-tin-tin "
"her happiness seems made to be
"the gentle mind by gentle deeds
"the greatest happiness of
is the conviction that we
loved, loved for ourselves,
rather in spite of ourselves."
linda I. blais
"a smile that charms and
sonality that engulfs."
"truth stands on his side; ease
on the other."
deborah I. blasczak
"into her soul only few have
peered, but to those she is en-
joyce a. boltas
"in all this world no face so fair;
no heart so kind, no charm so
"a coolness about her makes her
laugh at anything."
celeste y. bouchard
"kindness is the golden chain by
which society is bound together."
debra a. boggoch
"what sweet delight a quiet life
"fully appreciated by those who
know him best."
roger p. boucher
"an appealing personality
pleasant . . . good natured.
paulet s. brillant
"it is tranquil people
linda e. bresnahan
"a keen wit, a wise look, and an
answer always ready."
"there is nothing that costs so
little and goes so far as cour-
janet g. briggs
"/• b "
"i took the road less traveled on
and that has made all the dif-
elaine c. brown
"a sunny nature wins lasting
"a sunny disposition— the very es-
sence of life."
diane c. buonfiglio
"those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it
paul h. burke
"a man with all his noble quali-
susan a. burke
"a talented package of mischief
"a merry heart, a smiling face
and rounds of laughter in be-
brian e. Campbell
"on that best portion of a good
man's life; his little unremem-
bered acts of kindness and love."
gary m. cameron
"the catching quality of reserve
tinged with subtle humor."
richard j. callahan
'a dreamer of dreams.
"the thing that goes the farthest
toward making life worthwhile,
that costs the least and does the
most is just a pleasant smile."
|ane c. cappuccio
"enthusiasm is the key
patricia a. carpenter
"an abridgment of a
pleasant in man."
brian a. caron
"life is a jest and all things show
it; i thought so once and now i
roger |. caron
"an honest man
sally m. carson
"a quiet girl well known to few.
ellen m. chagnon
" 'tis not in mortals to demand
success, but to achieve it."
rita p. cassidy
"a sunny disposition is the very
soul of success."
michael r. chandler
"the direction in which education
starts a man will determine his
linda e. chouinard
"she has a good time wherever
she goes, and radiates pleasure
from her head to her toes."
jeffrey I. dark
"life is what you choose to make
sally a. dark
"a girl of cheerful yesterdays and
joseph a. chalupowski
"a man of his word."
robert n. christy
" senior "
"zealous, yet modest."
nancy m. cobb
"love begins with
richard e. collins
"world; receive an honored
patrick w. connors
james e conlin "a quiet disposition will surmount
“jim" ' any difficulty."
"in his smile there is a reflection
john j. conway
"life is just one long holiday."
dana m. corriveau
"tall in stature, tall in sportsman
janet e. cook
"her heart radiates a special
albert c. corneau
"earnestness and sport are often
janice m. cote
" shorty "
come in small
judith e. cronin
"she's as irish as erin go bragh!"
mary e. curtis linda g. cushman
"the time to be happy is now, ” a smile kept from none and
the place here." given to all."
wayne j. cyr
"none but he himself could be
gloria m. czerchawski
"a happy and thoroughly friendly
paula m. cunney
"a live wire from the start to
joyce m. daigle joseph c. davidson, jr.
"a cheerful companion is price- "the true, strong and sound mind
less." embraces all things great and
donald e. decowski, jr.
"faith in yourself is one half the
patricia a. day
"a sunny nature and a pleasing
deborah a. decotis
" debbie "
"how rare a gem to hold such
dedication, devotion and most of
" brownie "
"she possessed an imp or two—
what she'd do next no one
nancy j. devaney roger j. deveau
" smiley " "he is a constant friend; a thing
"a winning combination of sweet- rare an d hard to find."
ness, modesty, and sincerity."
ruth c. derby
"it's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice."
jean a. derocher
"to love for the sake of being
loved is human, but to love for
the sake of loving is angelic."
raney j. deschenes
" chick "
"charms strike the sight, but
merit wins the soul."
maria a. d'iorio
"a constant overflowing of w
and good company."
michael e. dion
"nothing endures but personal
richard m. ditroia
"silence is better than unmean-
edwin r. devereux robert n. dickson
"hang sorrow! let's be really "two qualities in him blend— a
true sportsman and a real friend.
audia j. dowdell
luiet and still, yet lots of fun.
diane j. dube
"she's always there when the fun
"her true eyes— too pure and too
honest to disguise the sweet soul
shining through them."
pearl e. dow
"dark and vivacious."
thaddeus j. drabkowski
"he held his seat, a friend to the
donald j. driscoll
"the fool dies nobly for a cause,
the wise man lives humbly for
diane m. dumas
"good humor is one of the best
articles of dress one can wear in
daniel d. dumond
" danny "
"quiet in manner, but resolute in
lorraine c. dumas
"her sweet smil
paul a. dube
"profound sincerity is the only
basis of talent, as of character."
suzanne m. dube
"honor her sinking flame of hilar-
ity with the wing of friendship."
thomas s. dubiel
"a smiling countenance
friends, a determined i
nance with sports."
john h. dunn kevin I. dunn
“he was one of those who can- “keep your face always toward
not be but in earnest; whom the sun and the shadows will
nature herself has appointed to fall behind you."
joseph j. elliott
"a talented athlete, yet diligent
and capable of tackling any prob-
lem coming his way."
lames e. eaeistein
“goodness, honesty, and loyalty
—what else in a man could there
claire m. ellis
"how lady-like she doth appear
marie d. el I is
a spectacle of human happi
liked by all."
glenn m. erps
"without music, life would be a
"no man loves life like him."
patricia a. emmert
"a glistful cheer dominates her."
james I. femino
"a little nonsense now and then
is relished by the wisest men."
thomas n. fenton
"full of fun with a flair for the
barbara c. fladger
"a shining star of vitality and
james m. flowers
so ends the bloody business of
kathleen m. flynn
"her air has a meaning, her
movements a grace."
kathleen j. finniss
"a frosting of unique humor."
susan e. fontaine
"brevity is the soul of wit."
deborah a. fornari
" 'tis but a part we see, and not
john s. frederiksen
in idle wishes fools supinely
stay be there a will, and wisdom
finds a way."
arthur I. francis
"nothing shall deter me, i shall
nancy j. fraser
"mischief, meet thy maker."
karen m. freitas
"she has friends, not for the sake
of receiving but of giving."
" ko "
"a strong will and a settled pur-
pose can accomplish almost any-
"her virtues reflect her charm."
nancy t. gallo
"for we who live to please must
please to live."
paul d. gallo
"he who rules his own spirit is
better than he who conquers a
michael I. ganey
"a blend of sharp wit and keen
"i have a heart with a room for
"a rare compound of quietness,
mischief and fun."
"poise with a personality as
golden as her hair."
paula j. gauthier
"those who are energetic and
ready for fun are cherished by
joanne g. gibely
"mischief sparks in her eyes and
her laughter never dies."
"hard work is the way to a good
gail m. gibney
"those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it
joann d. gongas
"a happy heart, a quiet soul."
cynthia p. gorczya
"manners must adorn knowledge,
and smooth its way through the
laurence f. gray
"those who are pleased them-
selves must always please."
"whose life is a bubble, and in
length a span."
"a heart that never forgets to
denise m. guy
"and a very nice girl you'll find
diane I. guy
"born with the gift of laughter."
patricia m. harkins
"speak softly and gently smile."
mary b. hagen
"she is the spirit of friendship
whose spirit is always known."
kathleen m. hayes
"style dominates her being."
sheila m. hever
"the mildest manners
"a fellow marked
actions and helpfu
david s. hoar
r . „ "a faultless body and a blameless
by friendly mind «
"a peace above all earthly digni-
ties, a still and quiet conscience."
"a merry twinkle in her eye, a
sunny smile as she passes by."
donald a. jalbert
“to cherish an eternal friendship
is to know him."
jean j. jalbert
"the only thing worth having in
an earthly existence is a sense of
Christine e. howe
"love is the beginning of knowl-
edge, as fire is of light."
william w. horan
"his limbs are cast in manly mold,
for hardy sports and contest
irene c. horeczy
"my heart is warm with the
friends i make."
arthur p. ingemi
"the world has room for the
manly man, with the spirit of
donna m. jendraszek
"she's the image of human hap
joseph w. jenkinson
"wisdom and wit are born with
margaret a. jamieson
"one who has the ambition
try, always succeeds."
john g. jermyn
"as if the world and he were
hand in glove."
judith e. johnson
"the highest graces of music flow
from the feelings of the heart.'
jamie a. kefalas
"personality, a gleaming smile,
an active mind, a friend worth-
jean a. julien
"he loves to laugh, he loves all
carol j. judge
"life is not so short that there is
time enough for courtesy."
"just a regular all around fellow."
roger g. joly
"here's a hand to the boy who
has the courage to do what he
knows to be right."
michael j. kelleher
" mike "
"politeness is a good nature reg-
ulated by good sense."
"an affable and courteous gen-
trudy v. kent
" fribble "
"she has a smile for every friend,
and a friend for every smile."
bart a. keyes
"cunning is the dawning of wis-
jane m. kiely
"she was made for happy
thoughts, for playful wit and
charlene r. kimball
"the quiet mind is richer than a
john m. kobuszewski
"the mind of each man
william c. kocur
"a true friend and companion."
karen a. konopka
"make haste to live, and consider
each day a life."
mary joyce konieczny
"happy, cheerful and friendly-
all that combined in one."
albert s. kopiecki
"life is but thought."
agnes j. krajeski
"a daughter of the gods, divinely
tall and most divinely fair."
maureen e. kostan
"her friends there are many; her
foes— are there any?"
"mirth is the sweet wine of life."
edward r. kushmerek
"of all the heavenly gifts thal
mortal men commend, what
trusty treasures counterweigh a
lynn m. lachapelle
"in every gesture, dignity and
"a happy life consists of tran
quility of mind.
"an outburst of emotions; a
stream of tranquility."
andrea m. latauskas
"an air of sweetness
ness about her."
john f. leahy
"in gentleness and confidence
shall be your strength."
raylene g. leblanc
"some think the world is made
for fun and frolic— and so do i."
"a merry heart and a happy smile
make many friends."
patricia I. leblanc
"her character Jabbed
colors of gentleness and
peter g. lecouras
"in what he greatly thought, he
jane m. lefrangois
"all times i have enjoyed."
veronica a. leger
" ronn/e "
"pleasantly capricious, yet stead-
fast in friendship."
heidi p. lefleur
"the foundation of every noble
character is sincerity."
james f. lee
"all loved his smile, because
beaming from end to end it in-
dicates a humorist and a friend."
peter r. linskey
"in his eyes is the reflection of
thomas a. lubas
"as you are so the world wishes
and hopes you remain."
john p. lord linda a. louf
"lord" "character is the governing ele-
"he may look quiet, but look ment of
david r. levasseur janice m. levasseur
"dave" " brillo "
"of manners gentle; of affections "to be an artist, that is the true
mild, in wit a man; simplicity, a goal, the only adequate objec-
child." tive, the divinely destined end
"trust is the first
making a friend."
deborah e. maguire
"just a little girl, most dear and
ang-ella m. mac donald
"a happy heart filled with kind-
ness, sincerity, and gentleness."
"how blithe my heart, and how
free my spirit."
"the majesty like that from a
man's soul radiates from her
"a panorama of matchless quali-
ties, highlighting a dynamic per-
"good health and good sense are
two of life's greatest blessings."
karen a. marengi
"a perfect woman, nobly planned
to warn, comfort, and command."
richard p. marchand
" phil "
"i accept the universe."
richard j. marchand
"he is a quiet observer."
donna m. martel
"blessed with charm;
tainty to please."
thomas m. martin
"men are polished,
kathleen m. marsh
"what her heart
janice a. mattson
"be yourself, honest and unpre-
tending, and you will enjoy
through life the respect and love
robert p. me cauley
"the shortest answer is doing."
dorothy j. me keen
"sow good services; sweet re-
membrances will grow from
gail I. me neil
"she stands in her own light.'
michael I. merandino, jr.
"they are never alone who are
accompanied by their noble
shirley a. michaud
" sam "
"willingness to help is a reward-
"an inquisitive mind that takes
on a happy ending."’
"she who is content will find hap-
piness wherever she may wan-
robert a. monahan
"it is the one mark of a good
friend that makes you wish to
be at your best when you are
susanne e. michaud
"laughing eyes, a merry smile
and a merry, merry heart."
john d. milligan
"wise to resolve, and patient to
gregory j. mizioch
"full of mischief, a jolly good
"clever without showing it, charm
without knowing it."
patricia a. morin
"life has no blessing like a pru-
"concerning their own merits,
modest men are mute."
"he is a quiet observer."
maureen v. morrison
"how lightly she wears the crown
of intelligence, leadership, and
robert p. moulton
"a fellow who always looks at
the bright side of things."
patricia a. mooney
, f am "
"her heart is like a garden fair
where many pleasant blossoms
richard I. munroe
"in quietness and confidence
shall be your strength."
kathleen a. murphy
"a dynamic mixture of personality
denise b. nadeau
"there is no substitute for talent."
"unbound energy with an
owen p. mysliwy
"who wears his wit in his belly
and his guts in his head."
kathleen m. nadeau
"what is mine is yours, and what
is yours is mine."
kathleen a. newton
"she smiled— there was no hint of
sadness in her face."
edward j. narey, jr.
"free as a wandering breeze."
carol a. noble
"the smiling friendly essence of
claire p. nelson
"personality is the flower of fun
and fun is forever a joy."
joanne m. nonni
"life is not life at all without de-
richard d. noone
"sincerity and a sense of humor—
there is no parallel."
elaine d. norris
"a jovial, joking way she has."
thomas w. o'brien
"once a gentleman, always a
"she is light-hearted and gay, a
general favorite as they say."
beverly a. norbaka
"let's enjoy pleasure while we
can, pleasure is never long
janice p. o'connell anne e. o'connor
"/an" "i am a part of all that i have
"beneath the quiet calm of placid met."
men lay depths of comradeship
and laughter unexpressed."
patricia a. o'dowd
"the silence of pure innocence
persuades when speaking fails."
nancy lee olbrych
"a sunny temper gilds the edges
of life's blackest clouds."
" 'then what is life?' i cried."
wimam m. o'shea
"quiet in an adventurous sort of
Charles e. o neil
"no person is either happy or so
unhappy as he imagines."
doris a. ouellette
"her bright personality is a
radiance of warmth."
elaine m. page
"a friendly smile,
Stanley d. ozereko
" stan "
"it is better to light a lamp than
to call shepherds from green
fields of tuna fish."
"a sweet attractive kind of grace.'
"a tender heart, a will inflexible.'
james p. patterson
"he will through life be master of
himself and a happy man who
from day to day can say 'i have
linda a. pel letier rena pel letier
"is not the true happiness in life "all things are won by diligence."
found in making others smile?"
mary I. peterson
i "friary lo u"
"a light heart and a cheery smile
ronald t. pelletier
"good sense and good nature are
gerald p. pesarek
"nothing worries me.
|anet y. peterson
"her eyes were made for laugh
ing, and they do their duty well. 1
susan m. phelps
"you are not fully dressed until
you are wearing a smile."
peter e. phillips
"to be merry becomes you."
elizabeth j. pickett
"her hair is no sunnier than her
deborah a. plante
"beauty is truth, truth beauty."
"her beauty goes further than her
alexander a. pszenny
"studious, but not without a
sense of humor."
kathleen m. putnam
"carefree, vivacious, with never
a dull moment."
"a good disposition gold cannot
george |. queenan
"the free breeze wi
|oanne m. queenan
"the windy satisfaction of her
be his road
william r. raby
"if laughter were a crime, a mas
ter criminal would he be."
robert h. reddy
"he is a man of his own mind."
charles e. rehal
"the mold of man's future is in
his own hands."
priscilla e. remon
"a gay heart makes a gay spirit."
david p. richard
"a man so various that he seemed
to be not one, but all mankind's
ruth a. richards
"a glowing heart is the beginning
of ail happiness."
lorraine r. rizzo
"manners are the perfect flowers
"give the best to life and the
best will return you manyfold."
"sociable and pleasant, always
willing to laugh."
"a gentleness about her; a will-
ingness to make friends."
paul a. rogalski
"quietness and confidence are
Stephen g. robinson
" robby "
"a man who lives right has more
power in his silence than in his
anne m. romano
"laugh at your friends, and if
your friends are sore; so much
the better, you may laugh the
mildred t. roberts
"good disposition and good
humor are never separated."
klaus b. saggerer
"one of the most beautiful quali-
ties of true friendship is to under-
stand and to be understood."
susan m. ronan
"so carefree, so lively; life is a
donna m. rosinski
"the very pink of perfection."
cynthia a. rouleau
"a merry heart maketh a cheerful
janice m. roy
"how glorious it is to be an ex-
gerard j. st. amand
"in the life of a young man, the
most essential thing for happiness
is the gift of friendship."
john st. charles
"a very quiet fellow he seems at
first sight, but when you get to
know him he'll change your mind
sheryl st. pierre
" sherry "
"manner, not gold,
dana a. salvo
"life excites him; he acts on his
rhonda a. sampson
"happiness is like a crystal-fair,
exquisite, and clear."
"the only way
is to be one."
to have a friend
carol a. saunders
"she who can endure all can dare
kenneth a. sawicki
"a fellow worth knowing, a
friend worth having."
patricia I. sawyer
"a personality as fiery as her
james h. scanlan
"a man outstandingly, capable in
patrick f. scanlan
"a golfer, a friend, and a gentle-
sarah e. schooley
"full beautiful, a fairy's child."
"burly and strong— a true man."
"a talkative person attracts
linda m. scialdone
"her ways are the ways of pleas-
antness; and all her paths are
"to those who know you not, no
words can paint."
mary b. scullin
"a sweet attractive kind of
"life has no pleasure nobler than
that of friendship."
donna m. shanahan
"the mildest manners and the
james w. shea
"endured with a warm and cap-
gary s. shepard
"the most replenishing thing in
life is sincerity."
dorothy c. sicotte
"manners— the final and perfect
flower of noble character."
charles a. silva
"all that the humble look for in
life is -to have lived that life
phyllis I. spak
"a jolly nature . . . exceedingly
Steven g. stamatopulos
"his ways are followed by few,
but looked upon by many."
"leader of men, follower of
kathleen j. stevens
"thought is deeper than all
speech; feeling is deeper than
bruce a. stewart
"a will to do, and a soul to dare."
janet m. sultzbach
"the quiet softness of a lady."
james p. sullivan
"always with a sunny smile— de^-
pendent, intelligent, and versa-
"let me be the torch that springs
to light and lives its life in one
richard szabunka daniel szczesny
"so down to earth, that fame can- "mischief, oh what a client here."
not harm him."
"silent waters run the deepest."
claire m. thibodeau
"a merry heart goes all the day
diane m. tahaney
"a light heart will shine with her
diane m. thomas
"good nature is one of the richest
fruits of personality."
carl a. thompson
"quiet in his ways, but a pleasure
kathleen a. tivnan
"she is a
form of life and light,
eyes and manner
william j. toomey
"an invincible determination can
ann m. trembly
" bunn/e "
"she goes her own way, content
that she is part of the morninq
nancy I. turner
"how fitting for intelligence and
leadership to be crowned by a
patricia a. tyrrell
"a pleasing way, a sunny smile,
full of pep and fun to match her
kevin I. valliere
"his cheerfulness, the character of
common hope, is like glimpses of
sunshine on a cloudy day."
" tricia "
"beautiful eyes are those that
show; beautiful thoughts that
"those who know her are proud
to call her their friend."
"quiet, but missed if not present."
bonnie a. walsh
a sunny nature and a beaming
john j. vistorino
"nothing great was ever achieved
cynthia I. waldron
"as merry as the day is long
evelyn j. warren
"a man who does not lose his
reason over certain things has
nothing to lose."
david j. welch
"such a man of contentment
makes his own good times."
donna a. westphal
"a little girl with a lot to say."
"cheerfulness is the sunny ray of
" kris "
"after silence, that which comes
nearest to expressing the inex-
pressible is music."
deborah d. wong
" debbie "
"ambition and dedication com-
bine with her sparkling personal-
ity to form a joyous bundle."
janice I. workman sandra r. yocum
"independent as the sun, as it "sandy"
glows alone." "gentle in manner and action."
"have faith and a score of hearts
will show their faith in your word
"he is a good friend and every
inch a gentleman."
dennis h. zielski
"i will drink life to the lees."
"a silent tongue and a true heart
are the most admirable things
thomas w. connolly
"fine merit is like a river, the
deeper it is, the less noise it
"distinguished for his pleasant
disposition among his friends
and his general warmth toward
michael j. donovan
"for a dreamer lives forever and
a toiler dies in a day."
edmond t. morin
"nothing is impossible to a
ing and able heart."
"speech is a mirror of the
as a man speaks, so is he."
harold d. frautten
"he's calm and reserved; that's
as far as he goes; he seems to
be quiet; yet, one never knows."
alice h. jerzyk
"she is sure to be remembered
by all for her good-nature and
william c. leblanc
"worth makes the man."
"a smile with an intent to do
wayne g. lord
"a good disposition gold cannot
david a. marshall
"a strong, swift, agile hoopster
is always bound to reach his
robert m. marshall
"to know him well is to like him
peggy a. mealey
"there is likewise a reward for
ames p. petropoulos
'quietness is the key to security."
anice m. pretanik
’she walks in beauty."
emanuel c. reale
"a very great part of mischief
which vexes the world arises
from his words."
david h. st. gelais
"he who marches out of step may
hear a different drummer."
john a. swift
"i never heard the word 'escape'
without a quicker blood a sudden
expectation a flying attitude."
"he mixes reason with pleasure
and wisdom with mirth."
carol st. laurent
"modest, the color of virtue, and
always quiet and sweet."
charles w. swift
"like, —but oh how different."
Stanley t. szczuka
"i have not loved the world, nor
the world me; i have not flatter'd
its rank breath, nor bow'd to its
idolatries a patient knee."
peter j. szetela
"an alert and independent soul."
"Not in vain the distance beacons. Forward, forward let
Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves
of change "
paul r. griffin
"the world is a place to work,
laugh, and enjoy."
thomas j. gagnon
"success begins with a fellow's
"he is great enough that he is
his own master."
david d. kulas
paul leblanc andrew marchand "dave"
"meet trials with smiles and they "no sooner said than done; so "a quiet temperament, and in his
will vanish." acts your man of worth." look quiet content."
paul morin peter nekoroski
"my better days are over, my "his humor is like a sunny day
best have just begun." with a playful wind."
"the rule of my life is to make
business a pleasure and pleasure
nicholas p. st. amand
"the whole countenance is a cer-
tain silent language of the mind."
michael j. thibault
"laugh at obstacles and inevitably
attain one's goal."
"laugh and the world laughs with
bruce w. shaw
"a sincere and fun-loving heart
kenneth e. thompson edward m. zaikowski
"he lives to build, not to boast; "the surest way not to fail is to
a good provider of fun." be determined to succeed."
richard d. bouffard edward connors
"dick" "he said little, but to the pur-
"a will to do and a soul to dare." pose."
dennis cloudman albert oullette
"everyone is the architect of his "stretch"
own future." "his humor knows no bounds."
"Times go by turns, and chances change by course.
From foul to fair, from better hap to worse . . .
No joy so great but runneth to an end,
No hap so hard but may in fine amend."
High Football Team was
Class A Ratings in
First Row: J. Kelleher, S. Hoar*, D. Richard*, P. Burke*, W. Horan*, J. Elliot*, J. Lee*, E. Devereaux*, R. Christy*, R. Collins*, R.
Bergeron*, M. Emmett. Second Row: J. Corning, J. Lord*, J. Jermyn*, R. Ouellette, J. Sullivan, R. Deforrest, G. Mizioc;h*, J. Flowers*,
W. Raby*, J. Canty, E. Juralewicz, D. Levasseur*, T. O'Brien*, M. Denard. Third Row: Head Coach J. Farland, Asst. Coach Lou
Tomasello, S. Korumpus, G. Marfongelli, R. Cronin, M. Fleming, T. St. Pierre, W. Lach, F. Smith* (co-capt.), T. Dubiel* (co-c apt.), A.
Ingemi*, R. Czapla, D. Rosinski, F. Cappuccio, G. Dion, S. Lefthes, Asst. Coach A. Hyde. Fourth Row: D. Jalbert* (asst, trainer),
A. Ahearn*, R. LeBlanc, J. Femino, J. Hyland, W. Andrews*, B. Sweeney, R. Dixon*, G. Konopka, W. Ronan, W. Leahy, B. O'Leary,
T. Toomey, J. Polansky, P. Strout, K. St. Pierre (manager) .
The Salem High Baseball Team this year
made it to the state tournament for the
first time in thirty years.
Kneeling: S. lefthes, P. Burke, A. Ahearn, K. Sawicki, M. Dendro, W. Leahy, R. Christy. Standing: M. Soper, S. Hoar, M. Emmitt, F.
Smith ( co-cept.) , D. Richards, D. Rosinski, G. Marfongelli, T. Dubiel (co-capt.). Coach M. Ward.
Sitting: M. Kantorosinski, K. Thompson, E. Swift, P. Wong, M. Henderson, T. Gorczyca, S. Febonio, T. Lubas, J. Kelleher. Standing:
J. Elliott, W. Toomey, R. Dickson, R. Haley, J. Jodoin, M. Flemming, T. Manning, J. Sullivan, E. Devereaux, B. Beaulieu, J. Lee, A.
Roskowski, R. Beaulieu, A. Ingemi. Absent from picture: Coach Brennan.
Row I: L. Francis, J. Lord, D. Zielski (c apt.), M. Soucy, D. Winter, Coach R. L. Pesce.
Row 2: J. Collins, M. Garland, D. Soper, P. Scott, L. Ash, R. LeBlanc. Absent from
picture: M. Berube, L. Cormier, W. Cyr, D. McLean, R. Pappas, R. Petit, R. St. Pierre,
R. Tierney, D. Temblay.
Team assistants: R. Sorrenson, D. Plummer.
Team managers: R. Bergeron, C. McNair.
tAr. Viselli, P. Fenton, S. Bloom, R\ Wilson, T. Gwin, B. Eisenman, G. Aronson, P. Pellegrini. Absent from picture: A. Nadeau, F.
LeBlanc, S. Korumpas.
A. Jaynes, R. Zegarowski, K. Carr, B. O'Dowd, T. Dion, P. Scanlan (co-capt.), J. Scanlan (co-capt.), T. Fenton, T. Clifford, B. Horan,
D. Tierney, J. McNiff, Coach J. Farland.
The SHS golf team tied for second place in the Northern Conference.
First Row: M. MacDougall, R. Wilson, L. Richardson, P. Sewards. Second Row: M. Pitman, K. Swecker, K. O'Leary, P. South, D.
First Row: J. Michaud, L. Richardson, B. Raymond, S. Finrviss, B. Rynkowski, D. Terrell, P. Seward, D. Raymond. Second Row: J. Baty,
E. Sullivan, D. Veinotte, R. Devaney, J. Marcotte, H. Panzner, D. Gravel, H. Dickson, K. O'Leary, K. Walsh, L. Doane, J. Andruskiewicz,
Sitting: N. Debski, J. Prisbey, J. Ambrefe, B. Raymond, B. Rynkowski, S. Finniss, M. L'Heureux, R. Sarceno, P. Sewards, J. Baty. Stand-
ing: J. Michaud, K. Deisley, R. Wilson, K. Walsh, A. Kocinski, D. Mielcarz, D. Gravel, C. Grabowski, L. Richardson.
senior class officers
Deborah Wong (secretary)
James Scanlan (vice-president)
William Toomey (president )
Linda Chouinard (treasurer)
junior class officers
class of 1 970
Janet Cook (secretary)
Janet Briggs (vice-president)
Linda Chouinard (treasurer)
Jon Armstrong (president ) (absent)
junior class officers
class of 1971
Susan Laberis (secretary )
Donna Gravel ( treasurer )
Robert Sweeney (president)
Dave Rosinski (vice-president )
First Row: B. Keyes, T. Santos, J. LeFrancois,
B. Norbaka, T. Kent, P. Harkins, P. Carpenter,
E. Morin. Standing: H. Frautten, D. Gibney.
Miss Coleman headed the D.E.
Club in learning business prin-
ciples and good salesmanship.
Their fund raising activities al-
lowed them to apply their
James Stanchfield (president )
Connie Macheras (vice-president)
Richard Szabunka (treasurer)
Diane Buonfiglio ( corresponding secretary)
Patricia Emmert (recording secretary)
The Student Council is composed of
two delegates from each homeroom.
These students work with the admin-
istration and faculty to improve rela-
tions between teachers and students
and to aid in forming the rules of
First Row: D. Coughlin, P. Emmert, J. Stanchfield, C. Macheras, R. Szabunka, D. Buonfiglio, M. Curtis, G. Picone.
Second Row: J. Sultzbach, C. Vallis, G. Lupo, D. Ayott, D. Wong, J. Cappuccio, J. Briggs, A. O'connor, D. Dumas,
D. Salvo. Third Row: A. Usovicz, J. Michaud, M. Doran, L. Jendraszek, K. Dorrer, D. Kaplan, P. LeBlanc, R. Shirley,
S. St. Pierre, A. Riley, S. Michaud, D. Welch. Fourth Row: R. Czapla, M. Munroe, J. Cornachio, C. Rehal, B.
Ouellette, P. Burke, A. Ingemi, B. Maurice.
The Senior Executive Board was formed
by our class to aid the class officers in their
job of planning class activities. One boy and
one girl are elected from each homeroom
to serve on the board.
First Row: D. Blair. D. DeCotis, A. Usovicz, B. Sobocinski.
Second Row: A. Pszenny, R. Dee. Third Row: M. Morrison, R.
Derby, C. Macheras. Fourth Row: E. Chagnon, T. Gorczyca, W.
Toomey, M. Henderson.
The Student Judiciary Board was formed
this year to allow students to have a voice
in the rules and the disciplinary matters of
Salem High School.
First Row: L. Belfiore, K. Flynn, J. Scanlan, Wo Toomey, D. Wong, L. Chouinerd, M. Aubert. Second Row: P.
LeBlanc, M. Soo Hoo, C. Dowdell, K. Murphy, K. Nadeau, C. Gorcyzca, K. Wilson, J. Roy. Third Row: J.
Kobuzewski, D. Salvo, K. Putnam, J. Kefalis, D. Decotis, K. Tivnan, N. Fraser, E. Kushmeruk, D. Welch. Fourth
Row: L. Gray, B. Ouelette, J. Stanchfield, L. Burnett, R. Szabunka, T. O'Brien, D. Corriveau, J. Lee, P. Dube.
First Row: D. Dube, B. Kowalski, A. Griffin.
Second Row: D. Bellew, S. Daly, G. Mehan, C.
Thibodeau, P. Herlihy, D. Venoit, S. Audette.
Third Row: K. McDuff, M. D'lorio, M. Pole-
menako, C. Macheras, K. Dorrer.
The Office Messengers aid the
administrators and secretaries in
their work by delivering mes-
sages, filing papers and answer-
guidance messenger corps
The guidance coun-
selors are aided in de-
livering messages, fil-
ing papers, and mak-
ing appointment slips
by students who vol-
unteer their services
during study halls.
First Row: G. Czerchawski, A. O'Connor, S. St. Pierre, P. Sinclair. Second Row: P. Bochynski, P. Day, C.
O'Leary, R. Pelletier, C. Obremski. Third Row: J. Callahan, K. Tivnan, C. Thibodeau, S. Welch, M. Blais, D.
Wong, K. Nadeau, M. Banville.
Mrs. Pozner is
lelped in the li-
brary by the stu-
dents who deliver
)ut books and
<eep order in
he library during
Seated: G. Pesarek, C. O'Neil, K. Guillen.
Standing: B. Caron, D. Marshall, D. Famico,
K. Dunn, C. Sinclair, C. Rehal.
First Row: P. Brillant, P. Reman, E. Chagnon, R. Pelletier, L. LaChapelle, D. Nalesnik. Second Row: M. Dean, P.
O'Doud, C. Waldron, S. Dallaire, J. Kelly, D. Garfield, C. Divirgilio, J. Marchand, C. Macheras. Third Row: A.
Polansky, D. Beaulieu, J. Manning, R. Shirley, K. Kaplan, J. Chalupowski, C. Perkins.
It is the job of the senior
boys on the safety patrol to
keep a steady flow of traffic
in our crowded corridors dur-
ing the changing of classes.
Seated: K. Saggerer, J. Sullivan, M. Soo
Hoo. Second Row: J. Cronin, J. Briggs,
J. Frederiksen, A. Krajeski. Third Row:
G. St. Amand, J. Smith, J. Kelly, P.
Zalewski, D. Fornari, D. Olszewski.
The War Games Club is
organized to allow students
to compete in games such
as chess, checkers, cards,
and other table games.
The United Stu-
dents for Involve-
ment, a newly
tion, is a group of
students who wish
other students to
involved in the
them. The organi-
in obtaining per-
mission for an
open forum with
members of the
First Row: K. Murphy, J. Roy. Second Row: P. Zalewski, D. Nadeau, A. Krajeski, T. Szczuka, J. Briggs, D.
Marquis. Third Row: E. Pel litier, P. Morse, D. Olszewski, P. Dube, D. Fornari, P. Stycko, Mr. Dooley. Fourth
Row: Unidentified, B. Riley, S. Schooley, J. Swift, P. Lecouras, J. Smith, J. Burns. Fifth Row: E. Narey, unidenti-
fied, T. Murphy, P. Banville, D. St. Gelais, M. Donovan, S. Ozereko.
Nurses Club is
made up of girls
who plan to be-
come nurses after
high school. The
school nurse, Mrs.
Bennett, aids the
girls in projects re-
lated to their future
'! Seated: M. Brown, W. Blanchard, A. Jaynes,
I; K. Whitney. Standing: F. LeBlanc, P. Pelle-
grini, J. Morris, R. Lyness.
The debate club is organized
to allow students to practice
their talents of public speak-
j ing and debating. The club
participated in the debates of
the local league.
First Row: C. Augusta, D. Guy, S. Hever, J. Sultzbach, R. Holloran, Nurse, Mrs. Bennett. Second Row: R. Abra-
ham, K. Nadeau, J. Kelly, J. Cronin, P. LaForme, C. Dunleavy, S. Colemarv. Third Row: S. Jurelowicz, J.
Jaillet, C. Corning, C. Quinn, V. Maria, C. Knight.
Under the guidance
of Mr. Paul Girard, the
members of the science
club carry on various
experiments and stud-
ies related to their pre-
ferred type of science.
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Seated: M. Brown, W. Blanchard, K. Whitney. Standing: M. Henderson, P. Pellegrini, G. Baliotis.
First Row: S. Ozereko, J. Smith. Second Row: P. Dube, J. Burns, D. St. Gelais, Mr. Dooley.
Third Row: A. Pasquerella, E. Narey, M. Donovan.
club, supervised by
Mr. Dooley, studies the
concepts of photogra-
phy. The members en-
ter their best photo-
graphs in local show-
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Under the supervision
of Miss C. Miaskiewicz,
the French Club, which
is open to all French stu-
dents, carries out its meet-
ings in French and en-
joys the activities of sing-
ing, sampling French cui-
sine, putting on plays,
and watching movies.
First Row: A. Usovicz, C. Thibodeau, J. Chalupowski, K. Bellew. Second Row: J. Richard, I.
Horeczy, K. Gold, P. South, M. Curtis, M. Morrison, P. MacDonald, M. MacDougall. Third Row: P.
LeBlanc, J. Nabozny, D. Blair, D. Bois, J. Derocher, H. LeFleur, D. Kaplan.
The math club, with
the guidance of Mr. J.
Pszenny, practiced math-
ematics and learned
more about the field of
mathematics. They par-
ticipated in many math
meets held in the area.
First Row: R. Pelletier, J. Kobuszewski, M. Soo Hoo, A. Pszenny, R. Lyness. Second Row: M. Brown,
S. Phelps, P. Morneau, K. Saggerer, K. Whitney, E. Chagnon, G. St. Amand, R. Cassidy.
The Football pep
club spent many of (
their Saturdays this ||
fall cheering our foot- !'
ball team on to vie- '
tory. Their excellent I
job is obvious in our I
First Row: R. Noone, B. Raymond, K. Walsh, P. Sinclair, S. St. Pierre, J. Mattson, D. McKeen, C. Thibodeau,
S. Saindon. Second Row: J. Callahan, D. Coughlin, D. O'Leary, R. Cassidy, S. Yocum. Third Row: G. Lupo, D.
Moore, P. Remon, J. Cronin, J. Ambrefe. Fourth Row: L. Blais. Fifth Row: K. Brennan, S. Suldinski, A. O'Con-
nor. Sixth Row: P. St. Pierre, D. Gravel, N. Debski, A. Usovicz, D. Bois, D. Blair, D. Kaplan, L. Richardson, M.
Kallas, C. Hoar.
First Row: N. Fraser, J. Cook, P. Gauthier, K. Flynn.
Second Row: P. Cunney, K. Bellew, D. Wong, C. Dow-
dell, S. Saindon, L. Bresnahan, L. Chouinard, K. Mar-
engi, J. Levasseur, L. Belfiore. Third Row: P. Sinclair,
C. Thibodeau, K. Tivnan, A. O'Connor, K. Murphy, B.
Fladger, K. Putnam, A. Romano.
The Hockey Pep Club was always
there cheering our boys on through-
out the season.
Seated: D. Marquis, W. Blanchard, M. Soo Hoo,
D. St. Gelais, P. Dube. Standing: D. MacDonald,
J. DeLuca, D. Henderson, M. Brown, K. Whitney,
S. Ozereko, Mr. Dooley, J. Smith, P. Morse.
The Witch's Brew is Salem High
School's newspaper which carries
school news and gossip.
The Advance, Salem
High's Literary maga-
zine, serves as a mag-
azine to display the
students creativity in
literature, art, and
the guidance of Mr.
Dooley, the Advance
Staff put out an excel-
lent Spring issue this
Seated: D. Marquis, W. Blanchard, M. Soo Hoo, D. St. Gelais, P. Dube. Standing: D. MacDonald, J. Deluca,
D. Henderson, M. Brown, K. Whitney, S. Ozereko, Mr. Dooley, J. Smith, P. Morse.
The concert choir
has contributed greatly
to Salem High's assem-
blies with its varied
With Miss Anita
Larsen, the concert
choir practices daily to
perfect its selections.
First Row: B. Rynkowski, B. Raymond, P. LaForme, D. Garfield, C. Knight, J. Landry, L. Genard, D. Gravel, D.
Milliken, C. DiVirgilio. Second Row: M. Dorren, M. Scullin, unidentified, unidentified, P. Brillant, J. Jail let,
P. Woodman, J. Marchand, P. Drakakos, C. King, L. Richardson. Third Row: S. Welch, P. St. Pierre, J. Callahan,
D. Coughlin, J. Michaud, K. Deisley, P. Sewards, D. Nalesnik, A. Vorgeas, L. LeBlanc. Fourth Row: J. Dunn,
T. Gorczyca, M. LeBeau, K. Guillen, P. Dube, D. Marquis, F. Simpson, J. Sokol, B. Genest.
A much improved band, under the leadership of Mr. Richard lanitelli,
marched during half-time at each football game during the season. They
ended a good year by participating in a spring concert at Beverly High
The jazz band put on an
excellent performance during
a June assembly. They have
a large and varied selection of
Under the guidance of
Mr. Alan F. Hawryluk the
Salem High Orchestra has
played at numerous as-
semblies and concerts.
"The world goes up and the world goes
And the sunshine follows the rain,
And yesterday's sneer and yesterday's
Can never come again."
The theme of our Junior Prom, which
was held at the Country Squire in Middle-
ton, was "It was a very good year." Our
Junior Year was a very good year and our
prom night was a very good night. The
girls were lovely, the music was excellent,
and the air was full of excited voices and
laughter. Martin Kozik sang "On a Clear
Day" and John Lord sang "Rocky Raccoon."
It was unforgettable.
Our Queen Rhonda Sampson
The Court: Paula Gauthier, Kathleen Hayes, Paula Attridge, Nancy Gallo, The Queen— Rhonda Sampson, Patricia Emmert, Janice Roy,
Karen Marengi, Deborah Wong.
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On a school day in November, just before
the big Thanksgiving Day game with Beverly,
our class united in a supreme effort to have
the biggest and best rally that would send our
boys to victory. Days of careful preparation and
tons of enthusiasm led our class, the class of
'70, to win the coveted color day trophy.
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The football dance was, without a doubt,
the lovliest way to end our fantastic football
season. Donna Rosinski was chosen as our
attractive football queen, with the other cheer-
leaders comprising the court.
The Queen— Donna Rosinski
The Court: D. Courtney, S. Laberis, A. Kocinski, The Queen— D. Rosinski, J. Miezwa, P. Sweetnam. Standing: AA. AAorrison, N. Turner, P.
Emmert, AA. Aubert.
The cold weather couldn't prevent the Senior Class
from enjoying their Splash Party held at the Salem
Y.M.C.A. Many of the facilities of the Y.M.C.A. were
opened up to the students, enabling them to swim
in the pool, dance to the music of a live band, and
play billiards, ping pong, and basketball.
This pege is sponsored by Bernard's Jewelers.
The Class of '70, together with the Class of '71,
held their Winter semi-formal in the high school
gymnasium. Everyone had an extremely enjoyable
evening. They talked, danced to the music of an
excellent band, and were happy just being to-
The Court: L. Quirk, P. Tyrrell, D. DeCotis, The Queen— P. Emmert, P.
Cunney, G. Lupo, A. Blouin.
Our Queen and her escort — Pattie Em-
mert and Richie Szabunka
The Salem faculty versus Peabody
faculty basketball game was both a
hilarious and exciting event.
Mr. Ward scored the final points
during the last few seconds of the game
giving Salem the victory over Peabody.
(A victory we were sure we'd get
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First Row: L. Rizzo, P. Szpak, M. D'lorio, N. Turner, P. Woodman, G. Czerchawski, L. McArtney, D. Martel, M. Morrison, D. DeCotis, L.
Blais, P. Emmert, P. LeBlanc, P. LaForme, C. Thibodeau, M. Aubert, D. Buonfiglio, K. Bellew, S. Michaud, L. Rizzo.
During April vacation, the seniors under the watchful eye of Mr. McKinnon and Mr. Cap-
puccio spent an enjoyable week in the nation's capital. Those vacationers will never forget
the foggy night they spent on the Potomac River aboard a grounded touring boat.
Second Row: B. Bovio, L. Cushman, D. Guy, P. Tyrrell, R. Derby, K. Tivnan, C. Nelson, J. Kobuszewski, J. Sullivan, J. Lee, Mrs. W
McKinnon, Mr. W. McKinnon, Mr. Cappuccio, L. Burnett, J. Jenkinson, C. Rouleau, R. Sampson, D. Guy, J. Cappucio, unidentified, D. Patch
On May 4, in our school gymnasium, Tommy Eng and his brother Stanley
put on a thrilling judo exhibition for the students and faculty of Salem High.
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This year the European
Travel Club chose Rome as
their destination. During
April Vacation, they spent
an exciting week touring the
area which included a visit
to the Vatican and a view
of the Pope. The travelers
had such an excellent time
that they all wanted to re-
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To the faculty and the Senior Class,
it looked as though the Revue would
never get off the ground. We lost a
director and much student support.
Finally through the efforts of a dedi-
cated group of seniors, the Revue was
saved. It was a variety show directed
by a member of the '69 Senior Class
—Jane Jaworski. The Unsinkable Revue
was a success! We are deeply thankful
to Jane for all the help she gave us.
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'•■h ' — » ^n^MWk
J. Andrews, N. Fraser
D. Wong, J. Armstrong
J. Levasseur, (P. Fenton)
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D. DeCotis, (D. Salvo)
M. Morrison, W. Andrews
D. Buonfiglio, R. Collins
P. Gauthier, J. Arthur
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These past four years have been hectic for me. I could feel it
all from the very first day the class of '70 walked up my front
stairs. There they stood— 400 invaders; the boys all decked out
in their polka dot shirts with paisley ties, the pants they had to
pour themselves into that morning, their Beatle boots, and to top
it all off, their white socks— and the girls with their poorboy
sweaters, their fishnet stockings, and bangs so long I couldn't
get a glimpse of their eyes. That was the beginning of the end . . .
They approached my front stairs, opened the door and then
they entered. It was all down hill from there. They were the
noisiest bunch . . . always getting lost in my long dark corridors,
and dumb! How many times did I catch kids attempting to fol-
low directions to my elevator and swimming pool or to find
girls lost in the forbidden halls of the Voc.
Miss Leonard, the poor lady, attempted to make young ladies
and gentlemen of these creatures. Their first social function, the
Freshman Frolic, held in the gym, was a sight to behold. All
the boys were huddled together on one side while the girls
stomped relentlessly on my floor in crude antics they called the
"Kick," the "81," and the "Freddy." How I rejoiced that June;
that was one three month vacation I earned.
And then the cycle began again— now the darlings were
sophomores. Big guys, they thought; they were upperclassmen
now. It was off to the Bilge every weekend night to be suffo-
cated in those cramped quarters by all the smoke and deafened
by the blare of the Monks' music. They really gave me a going
over that year when they flooded my floors with the fire hoses;
my electricity was inoperable, my ceilings collapsed— but the
little Indians got their reward for it all— three days off from
I'll remember that year, though, for another reason. It marked
the end of a new era at Salem High— Mr. Robinson had left.
September of '69 came fast and started off another grueling
year for me. Those students??? tried everything that year to put.
me out of commission; they lit off cherry bombs in my corridors,
set up makeshift bombs in my lockers, there were numerous
fire drills and bomb scares— how I ever survived that year I'll
Then it came— my most dreaded day of each school year—
COLOR DAY. They were juniors now, and the only contenders,
along with the seniors, for the Color Day trophy. When the
assembly bell rang, close to 800 of them came swarming into
my hall— all yelling and screaming. Our class cheered, and then
the other, not to be shown up, would try to cheer louder. This
went on and on until Coach Konovalchik got up and literally
attacked the poor microphone with his tales of slaughter and
annihilation. They carried their spirits outside after the rally, onto
the streets of Salem and Beverly. I can only guess at how much
traffic was held up by their Chinese fire drills, or how many
people were shaken from their sound sleep by the blare of their
As the year progressed, I noticed something different in those
kids— the first signs of maturity. And, oh. Heaven help the world
into which they grow up. They were off to more sophisticated
pranks now. One boy even attempted to drive his Volkswagen
the length of my ground floor. This was the year of their first
formal dance, the Junior Prom (more approximately called the
Junior Zoo). They were in their glory that night. Thank God it
was the "Country Squire," and not I that had to go through that
ordeal. The night quickly got rolling with John Lork and Marty
Kozik singing "Rocky Raccoon" and "On a Clear Day." They
Greek danced, bunny hopped and hully-gullied their way through
the night, and even the wee hours of the morning couldn't
dampen their spirits. Off they went, the next morning to Win-
garsheek Beach for a beach party.
With Spring in the air and rocks in their heads, the members
of the class of '70 made plans for Junior Skip Day. That's one
day I'll always remember— I was rid of over one hundred of
them. They were off for another beach party, but what made
this one so special was that Mr. Brennan, Mr. Curtin, and Miss
Tully went along for the fun too.
Their Junior year drew to a close and I found myself with
one short summer to prepare for their Grand Finale— Senior Year.
Senior Year for the class of '70 brought many "firsts" to Salem
High— some much overdue, others could well have been left out.
A communication system was installed throughout me that
year which came to be known as the "Mizzicom." Besides its
value for relaying messages throughout the school, it was the
source of much knowledge for both the students and the faculty
— "Whoo! Whoo!" "Attention please"! ... To their surprise they
learned that someone had parked a red Ford Ga-LAX-ie in front
of the school, that there was to be a Winter Co-ti-lon and that
tickets for it could be purchased in the guidance office, that
students could stay put and go to their classes, that at 1 1:30 all
classes on the fourth floor should be in session— repeating— all
classes on the fourth floor should be in session, and that my
corridors looked like Grand Central Hotel . . .
A club was organized that year and called itself United Stu-
dent Involvement (a more appropriate name would have been
Students United to Give Mr. Murphy Cardiac Arrest). Student
dissent had reached Salem and in March of 1970 I witnessed
my first student strike. The dress code was lifted, along with
restrictions regarding length of hair and dress, benches were
installed on the hill, music was played in the cafeteria, there
were judo exhibitions, seven periods in a school day, girls were
allowed to wear dungarees, I witnessed my first student strike,
Miss Donoghue became Mrs. Dooley, and Color Day that year
—well, that was something else.
They got started early that day— like about 6:30 A.M. down
Cold Springs. And then in mass they moved towards me. They
paraded and honked and yelled and screamed until eight o'clock
and then it was my turn for the beating. There wasn't an inch
of my walls bare; "Kill the Panthers" and "Witches Fly Higher"
was all one could see. And then my whole floor would collapse
with all the cheering and stamping of feet. But I guess it was
all worth it— Salem Beat Beverly that year.
Day after day— the year flew by and before I knew it— Spring
had arrived. It was traveling season for the seniors to both Rome
and Washington, D. C. The Washington group even managed to
make the front page of all the newspapers in town with the
story of the undescribable night they spent stuck in the middle
of the Potomac on board a touring ship.
With graduation time drawing near, the seniors got a little
rambunctious. Their anxiety exploded in many directions— once
in milk and corn throwing contests in the cafeteria and once
again in one of the most sincere and dedicated efforts I have
ever witnessed in my years of existence— their Unsinkable Senior
Review. With three weeks left, they put together a fantastic
show. It's a shame that their administrators and so many of their
teachers had to miss it, for I don't think they would ever have
seen any raisins "more wonderful" or so "different" than those
that performed that night, or a greater group of kids than
those on stage.
That Monday was the last day of school for them. Many had
tears in their eyes as they turned in their books and said good-bye
to their teachers. And you know, after all this complaining, I
somehow felt lonely seeing them walk down my corridors for
the last time and out my doors for good. But after spending my
last and best four years with them, I would like to leave them
with one message;
"United you'll stand,
Divided you'll fall."
THE CLASS OF 1970
by James Stanchfield, Pres. Student Council
Be it remembered that we the class of 1970 at Salem High
School, Salem Essex County, Massachusetts, individually, singu-
larly, and each and every one of us alone, as well as a whole
group of students, athletes, scholars, misfits and others not being
necessarily of sound or disposing mind, but knowing the un-
certainty of this life, do make this our last will and testament,
hereby revoking all and heretofore made by us.
Mr. Murphy— We leave to Mr. Murphy his good friend and life-
time comrade Mr. Crean.
Mr. Curtin— A box of souvenir stickers for the election that
almost was, but wasn't.
Mr. Mizzi— A seven week course in announcing at Columbia
School of Broadcasting.
Miss Shapiro— An economy size box of tranquilizers.
Miss Perron— To Miss Perron we leave our sincere gratitude for
all the time and effort you gave our class this year.
Jack Farland— After the tremendously successful season this year,
we can leave Mr. Farland only one thing— the witch that has
become famous; the witch on the wall.
Mr. Poole— The class of '70 leaves that bearded Physics teacher
in 41 1 a lifetime supply of techmatic adjustable razors.
Mr. Wynn— We leave Mr. Wynn that little hellion of the Algebra
II class, Dana Salvo.
Mr. Walsh— A crucifix so that some day some one might nail
him to it.
Mr. Alex Pszenny— We leave to Mr. Pszenny the biggest cigar this
side of Havana.
Mr. Risoldi — The Class of ‘70 leaves another dictionary to add to
his already colossal collection.
Mr. Crean— The Class of '70 leaves Connie a student driver edu-
cation car for his own personal use, that is unless he has one
THE CLASS WILL FOR 1970
by James Stanchfield
Arthur Ingemi— We leave to Arthur, that domf of the domfers,
Emily Post's newest book on etiquette.
Fester, 6' 2", Rat, Flaky Megaphone, Dad— We leave to these
fine fellows a big yellow bus to go back and forth from
Marblehead every Friday and Saturday night.
Ann Romano— A tire pump to fill those mysterious flat tires.
John, Danny, and Jay— The Moe Skellar.
Eddie Kushmere— A dozen cars to blow up or crack up.
Janet Cook— A padded bra.
Bill Horan— A sled.
Karen Marengi— Some gum.
Homer— A locker room.
Steve Hoar— A steady date.
Kathy Tivnan and Jim Lee— A Sunday afternoon at St. Thomas'
Janet Briggs— An electric shaver.
Nancy Fraser— A guardian angel to keep her out of trouble.
Claudia Dowdell— A book called "How To Watch Your Weight."
Mary Banville— A bottle of "out-of-it" pills.
Rene Bergeron— A megaphone to make himself heard above
Frank Smith— A bottle of curl-free.
Peter Kastanoupolous— A spot on the Olympic lifting team.
Bruce Ouellette— A Glen Campbell Album.
Bob Christy— A bag of Fritos.
David St. Gelais— A reusable picket sign.
Wally Archambault— A key to the boys' room.
The USI— A printing press.
The Scanlon boys— One day a week at the golf course with
Tom Fenton— The last word.
Moe Morrison— A boyfriend that lives within 10 miles.
Dana Salve— Mr. Wynn's Algebra II Class.
Judy Cronin— Half her weight in gold so that we may have a
Ellen Chagnon— College Board rating "800".
Wayne Andrews— A leash so he can take long walks with Cheryl.
Dave Richards— A medal for best bench warmer of the year.
Klaus Saggerer— Another Volkswagen.
Cindy Greenberg— Nothing— As far as we can see she has every-
Linda M. Pelletier— Well deserved congratulations for her courage
and hard work on a job well done. The class of '70 wishes
her bigger and better things to come in her future years.
"We shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye."
New Testament: 1 Corinthians 15:51-5 2
The National Honor Society is a
nation-wide organization comprised
of students who possess the out-
standing qualities of scholarship,
leadership, character and service.
■ \ '
May Soo Hoo
First Row: P. Tyrrell, N. Turner, E. Chagnon, M. Soo Hoo, K. Henness-ey. Second Row: K. Bellew, D. Buonfiglio, P. LeBlanc, L. LaCha-
peHe, S. Phelps, J. Smith, G. McNeil, C. Bouchard. Third Row: R. Pelletier, J. Derocher, J. Johnson, C. Thibodeau, D. Olszewski, S.
Schooley, J. Briggs, C. Gorczyca. Fourth Row: D. DeCotis, R. Derby, M. Morrison, K. Stevens, D. Milliken, D. Shanahan, N. Devaney.
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Our Senior Banquet, held in the beauti-
fully decorated gymnasium, was the final
time we gathered together as a class. Along
with the laughter and joviality of the eve-
ning came a solemn moment where the
class expressed a feeling held by many
today: “United we stand, Divided we fall."
Our Queen— Patricia Emmert
The theme of our Senior Reception,
"Memories/' was a fitting one indeed. We
will always remember the beautiful eve-
ning we shared together at the Chateau De
Ville as one of the highpoints of our four
years at Salem High.
The Court: N. Turner, D. Buonfiglio, D. McKeen, M. Morrison, Our Queen— P. Emmerf, D. Dube, R. Derby, R. Sampson, C. Saunders.
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The long awaited day finally came (after two
cancellations)— Our Graduation! Remember our
first day at Salem High as Freshmen? It all seems
so long ago now. Graduation brought to each of
us many memories of our past four years at
Salem High, but with these thoughts also came
the hopes and dreams of our years to come. It
is up to each of us now to make something of
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Congratulations to the Class of 1970. Your diplomas, which to
some came easily and to others presented a rather prolonged
struggle, entitle you to seek better and higher stations in life. In
your quest in this turbulent society you are bound to encounter
hate, dissent, and even revolution. You can avoid these present
day pitfalls if you maintain your faith and ask God for direction
and help. Keep faith with Him and He will keep faith with you.
Joseph E. Murphy
mr. domenico mizzi
Again it is time to congratulate our seniors for
their achievement and success in completing their
requirements for high school graduation.
Because of the prevalent, turbulent social con-
ditions, it is almost imperative that our graduates
be able to make the right decisions. Current pro-
tests, strikes, and wars create many problems that
affect people. Some withdraw from reality by
using narcotics and joining communal groups.
Many young people run away from home. Others
decide to terminate their education after complet-
ing high school. On the positive side, there is an
awareness of the problems caused by pollution and
overpopulation, a tremendous interest in ecology,
and a strong, sincere desire for a marked improve-
ment of social and economic conditions in our
The challenge for your participation in helping
to solve current problems is always present. Con-
frontations involving violence, death and destruc-
tion are not the solution. Faith and responsibility
are still worthwhile attributes.
Best wishes for a happy graduation and a suc-
cessful career in whatever endeavor you choose
for your future.
Congratulations to the Class of 1970.
During your senior year, several words,
such as ecology, pollution, involvement,
generation gap and the silent majority,
have become quite popular. Plan to be
part of that majority that understands
the problems of government. Become
involved if you will, but work within
the framework of the established laws.
It is your country. Continue to keep it
the very best in the world. Good luck
John M. Conway
mr. john m. conway
vocational high school
Since today's youth has adopted the commend-
able attitude of each person doing his own
"thing," it appears that Aristotle's thoughts on
the subject might be appropriate: "It is by Educa-
tion I learn to do my choice , what other men do
by the constraint of fear."
In completing the first stage of your prepara-
tion for a full and useful life, you are now on the
road to accomplishing your thing. It is my hope
and that of your parents and advisors that you
will continue your education through every re-
source at your command, for truly the need for
further education is no longer a luxury but rather
a necessity if one hopes to compete successfully
in a technical age.
It has been a pleasure to have served you and
wish you well as you continue to make progress
in life's path.
mr. joseph salerno
acting superintendent of schools
Congratulations and best wishes on
the attainment of your first major goal
in life. We hope and pray that your
training in our Salem Schools will en-
able you to successfully succeed in
school, service, business or whatever
your chosen goal. On your part aim
high; work hard and be diligent and
steadfast in whatever you do. The world
around you is changing; so will you.
Let change come, however, as a result
of existing procedures, sound logic and
consideration of the effects. The thou-
sands of graduates who have preceded
you have set up lofty goals to surpass—
Can you do it? I think you can.
John J. Grady
mr. john j. grady
assistant superintendent of schools
Congratulations to the Class
mr. philip brown
For many years society has been
involved with technological advance-
ment and the changes have been
rapid. Your class is entering a world
concerned with technological
change, but greatly concerned with
spending more time, energy and
effort in solving some of the social
and personal problems so much in
evidence today. Each of you has
something to offer. The true meas-
ure of your success, and that of
your parents and your teachers, will
be the extent to which you are will-
ing to do your part.
My best wishes go with you
Philip J. Brown
mrs. mary byrne
mr. paul higgins
mr. alfred viselli
The Class of '70 would like to ex-
press their deepest thanks to Miss
Leonard for all the time and guidance
she devoted to making our class a
success. Therefore, Miss Leonard, we
extend to you our most sincere grati-
miss dorothea leonard
Mr. A. Sidney Galper
We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved friend and teacher. Mr. Gal-
per taught for many years at the Vocational High School before becoming chairman
of the Commercial Department at Salem High School. As an active and concerned
member of his community, Mr. Galper worked extremely hard to promote brother-
hood and better understanding among the Christians and Jews in the greater Salem
area. Mr. Galper will always be remembered as a truly fine and respected man.
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434 Essex St.
421 Essex St.
Arthur L. Francis
100 Tremont St.
Denise M. Guy
35 Albion St.
Nancy J. Fraser
53 Fort Ave.
Diane L. Guy
35 Albion St.
Harold D. Frautten
7 Turner St.
Mary B. Hagen
39 Osgood St.
John S. Frederiksen
18 Chestnut St.
Patricia M. Harkins
0 Beckford St.
Karen M. Freitas
24 Foster St.
Kathleen M. Hayes
2 Naples Rd.
29 Bow St.
65 Barstow St.
36 Naumkeag St.
10 Gables Cir.
Nancy T. Gallo
8 Barcelona Ave.
Sheila M. Hever
12 Conners Rd.
Paul D. Gallo
56 Valley St.
Robert W. Higgens, J
21 Southwick St.
Michael L. Ganey
1 Vista Ave.
David S. Hoar
4!/2 Naples Rd.
114 Bridge St.
William W. Horan
7 Bradford St.
Mark R. Garland
7 Intervale Rd.
Irene C. Horeczy
45 Daniels St.
Paula J. Gauthier
48 Rainbow Ter.
Christine E. Howe
24 Mason St.
Carol A. Gaynor
49 Gallowa Hill Rd.
Arthur P. Ingemi
259 Washington St.
Donald A. Jalbert
31 Cedar St.
William C. Kocur
12 Nichols St.
Jean J. Jalbert
12 Clifton Ave.
Mary Joyce Konieczny
105 Derby St.
Margaret A. Jamieson
87 Federal St.
Karen A. Konopka
19 East Collins St.
Donna M. Jendraszek
20 Mason St.
Albert S. Kopiecki
5 Piedmont St.
59 Appleton St.
Maureen E. Kostan
104 Rainbow Ter.
John G. Jermyn
146 Marlborough Rd.
1 2 Beach Ave.
Alice E. Jerzyk
•8 Garden Ter.
Agnes J. Keajeski
74 Leach St.
Judith E. Johnson
5 Maple Ave.
Edward R. Kushmerek
49 Belleview Ave.
Roger G. Joly
38 Salem St.
Lynn M. LaChapelle
160 Marlborough Rd.
Carol J. Judge
5 Lyme St.
7 Winthrop St.
Jean A. Julien
87 Congress St.
14 Oak View Ave.
43 School St.
Andrea M. Latauskas
34 English St.
Jamie A. Kefalas
4 Prince St. PI.
John F. Leahy
66 Beaver St.
Michael J. Kelleher
4 Belleview Ave.
1 7 Boston St.
James M. Kelly
78 Endicott St.
Patricia L. LeBlanc
27 Leavitt St.
Trudy V. Kent
18 Junipfer Ave.
Raylene G. LeBlanc
96 Broadway St.
Bart A. Keyes
75 Mason St.
William C. LeBlanc
16 Forest Ave.
Jane M. Kiely
135 North St.
Peter G. Lecouras
17 Geneva St.
Charlene R. Kimball
59 Leach St.
James F. Lee
1 Lemon St. Ct.
John M. Kobuszewski
7 Garden Ter.
Heidi P. LeFleur
8 Dearborn St.
Jane M. LeFrancois
99 Webb St.
David A. Marshall
12 Allen St.
Veronica A. Leger
16 Roslyn St.
Kathleen M. Marshall
56 Webb St.
David R. Levasseur
65 Rainbow Ter.
Robert M. Marshall
12 Allen St.
Janice M. Levasseur
2 Maple Ave.
Donna M. Martel
5 Preston Rd.
42 Dow St.
Thomas M. Martin
1 7 Symonds St.
Peter R. Linskey
8 Loring Ave.
Janice A. Mattson
4 Pickering St.
John P. Lord
1 Willow Ave.
Robert P. McCauley
93 Ocean Ave.
Wayne G. Lord
76 Palmer St.
Kathleen B. McDuff
1 Butler St.
Linda A. Louf
275 Jefferson Ave.
Dorothy J. McKeen
1 8 Becket St.
Thomas A. Lubas
1 7 Victory Rd.
1 59 Derby St.
6 Becket St.
Peggy A. Mealey
22 Carlton St.
90 Memorial Dr.
Michael L. Merandino,
24 Boston St.
Anga-Ella M. MacDonald
20 Hanson St.
63 Beaver St.
Deborah E. Maguire
137 North St.
Shirley A. Michaud
IOIV 2 Ocean Ave.
Diane S. Maney
1 8 Symonds St.
Susanne E. Michaud
12 Savoy Rd.
7 March St.
John D. Milligan
231 North St.
5 Varney St.
6 Manning St.
Richard J. Marchand
1 59 Lafayette St.
Gregory J. Mizioch
23 Becket St.
Richard P. Marcgand
39 Beaver St.
Robert A. Monahan
19 Liberty Hill Ave.
Karen A. Marengi
73 Valley St.
Patricia A. Mooney
28 Garden Ter.
Edmond T. Morin
19 Garden Ter.
Janice P. O'Connell
33 Franklin St.
Patricia A. Morin
47 Bridge St.
Anne E. O'Connor
116 Bridge St.
23 Oliver St.
Patricia A. O'Dowd
5 Mooney Ave.
Maureen V. Morrison
78 School St.
30 Mason St.
Robert P. Moulton
10 Fostor Ct.
Nancy Lee Olbrych
1 1 Gables Cir.
Richard L. Munroe
88 Tremont St.
15 Dalton Parkway
Kathleen A. Murphy
47 Memorial Dr.
Charles E. O'Neil
82 Linden St.
Owen P. Mysliwy
232 Lafayette St.
William M. O'Shea
37 Winter Island Rd
9 Maple Ave.
Bruce V. Ouellette
25 Hazel St.
Denise B. Nadeau
16 Holly St.
Doris A. Ouellette
97 Rainbow Ter.
Kathleen M. Nadeau
1 1 Madeline Ave.
Stanely D. Ozerrko
10 Meadow St.
Edward J. Narey, Jr.
9 Barton St.
Elaine M. Page
168 Bridge St f
Claire P. Nelson
22 Ord St.
67 Palmer St.
Kathleen A. Newton
39 Butler St.
81 Washington St.
Carol A. Noble
37 Beaver St.
James P. Patterson
22 Garden St.
Joanne M. Nonni
45 Winthrop St.
19 Beacon St.
Richard D. Noone
2 River St.
6 Cushing St.
Beverly A. Norbaka
9 Beacon St.
3 Horton St.
Elaine R. Norris
76 Bridge St.
Ronald T. Pelletier
4 Arthur, St.
Thomas W. O'Brien
78 Washington Sq. East
Gerald P. Pesarek
7 Orange St.
52 Essex St.
Janet Y. Peterson
7 Cedar Crest Ave.
Mary L. Peterson
22 Washington Sq. East
James P. Patropoulos
3 Butler St.
Susan M. Phelps
3 Salt Wall Lane
Peter E. Phillips
26 Aborn St.
Elizabeth J. Pickett
42 Irving St.
Deborah A. Plante
1 Salem St.
Marietta M. Polemenako
1 1 5 Boston St.
Janice M. Pretanik
28 Roslyn St.
Alexander A. Pszenny
27 Columbus Ave.
Kathleen M. Putnam
8 Milk St.
9 Liberty Hill Ave.
George J. Queenan
7 Upham St.
Joanne M. 'Queenan
7 Upham St.
William R. Raby
12 Cleveland St.
Emanuel C. Reale
45 Lawrence St.
Robert H. Reddy
3 Northend St.
Charles E. Rebal
1 Allen St.
Pricilla E. Remon
6 Lathrop St.
David P. Richard
1 Victory Rd.
Ruth A. Richards
1 3 Mason St.
12 Park St.
1 33 North St.
Lorraine R. Rizzo
4V 2 Cushing St.
Mildred T. Roberts
22 Ward St.
6 Granite St.
Stephen G. Robinson
5 Downing St.
Paul A. Rogalski
64 Hathorne St.
Anne M. Romano
6 Bradley Rd.
Susan M. Ronan
2 Wall St. Ct.
Donna M. Rosinski
30 Osgood St.
Cynthia A. Rouleau
5 Orchard St.
Janice M. Roy
231 Lafayette St.
Klaus B. Saggerer
10 Balcomb St.
Gerard J. St. Amand
40 Butler St.
John St. Charles
2 Hosmer Ave.
David H. St. Gelais
55 Ocean Ave.
Carol St. Laurent
5 Grant Rd.
Sheryl St. Pierre
1 1 Orchard St.
Dana A. Salvo
25 Raymond Ave.
Rhonda L. Sampson
5 Harris St.
Thomas M. Santos
49 School St.
Carol A. Saunders
4 Allen St.
Kenneth A. Sawicki
31 Barr St.
Dianne C. Snow
25 Dearborn St.
Patricia L. Sawyer
1 1 West Ave.
May P. Soo Hoo
21 North St.
James H. Scanlan
17 Dunlap St.
32 Cedar View St.
Patrick F. Scanlan
17 Dunlap St.
Phillis L. Spak
1 5 Appleton St.
Sarah E. Schooley
20 Chestnut St.
Steven G. Stamatopulos
27 Clark St.
36 Dunlap St.
6 Cressey Ave.
174 Ocean Ave.
Kathleen J. Stevens
37 Loring Ave.
167 Ocean Ave.
Bruce A. Stewart
98 Linden St.
Linda M. Scialdone
171 Ocean Ave.
James P. Sullivan
25 Bow St.
Mary B. Scullin
5 Fairmount St.
Janet M. Sultzbach
1 Story Rd.
19 Buchanan Rd.
Charles W. Swift
208 Lafayette St.
Donna M. Shanahan
I6V2 Langdon St.
John A. Swift
208 Lafayette St.
James W. Shea
14 English St.
9 Chandler St.
Gary S. Shepard
9 Lafayette PI.
Timothy A. Swindell
9 Chandler St.
Dorothy C. Sicotte
49 Lawrence St.
Daniel J. Szczensny
23 Beach St.
Charles A. Silva
34 Irving St.
Stanley T. Szczuka
14 Garden Ter.
Federick R. Simpson
20 Columbus Ave.
Peter J. Szetela
2 Blaney St.
Charles D. Sinclair
43 Appleton St.
Diane M. Tahaney
1 26 Bridge St.
43 Appleton St.
Michael G. Tassinari
136 Ocean Ave.
Frank W. Smith
22 Conant St.
Claire M. Thibodeau
10 Glover St.
Janet M. Smith
7 Home St.
Diane M. Thomas
3 Cedar Rd.
Carl A. Thompson
Sandra R. Yocum
41 1 Essex St.
1 1 5 Rainbow Ter.
Kathleen A. Tivnan
19 Manning St.
1 1 Glendale St.
William J. Toomey
96 Washington Sq.
8 Belleau Rd.
Ann M. Trembly
Dennis H. Zielski
5 Crosby St.
6 Eleanor Rd.
Nancy L. Turner
Richard D. Bouffard
22 Juniper Ave.
140 Bridge St.
Patricia A. Tyrrell
Bruce K. Daigle
385 Vi Lafayette St.
1 V 2 Japonica Ave.
Kevin L. Valliere
19 Barcelonia Ave.
19 Boardman St.
Thomas J. Gagnon
19 Hazel St.
7 Rainbow Ter.
Paul R. Griffin
43 Dow St.
4 Chase St.
Norman L. Violette
David D. Kulas
14 Lynch St.
7 Hardy St.
John J. Vistorino
1 3 Read St.
210 Jefferson Ave.
Cynthia L. Waldron
26 Boston St.
69 School St.
Bonnie A. Walsh
1 Chase St.
83 Ocean Ave.
Evelyn J. Warren
95 Ocean Ave.
176 Atlantic Ave., Marblehead
David J. Welch
6 Chandler St.
Bruce W. Shaw
291 Chestnut St.
56 Dow St.
Donna A. Westphal
46 V 2 Essex St.
Nickolas P. St. Amand
6 Abbott St.
148 Bay View Ave.
4 Cross St.
Deborah D. Wong
Michael J. Thibault
499 Loring Ave.
4 Prince St. PI.
Kenneth E. Thompson
91 Bridge St.
10 English St.
Janice L. Workman
Edward M. Zaikowski
1 2 Leach St.
37 Winter Island Rd.
Attorney and Mrs. Gardner W. Mattson
Albert J. Marlin, D.D.S.
The Sherman Williams Company
Warren R. Mayne, D.D.S.
Newcomb and Gauss Company
John R. Sa raf ini, Esquire
Lena's Submarine Shop-Essex Street-Salem
Edward Rosenthal, D.M.D.
Gerald T. McCarthy, Insurance
Derby Cafe Inc.
Irving M. Marcus, D.D.S.
Saltz Chevrolet Inc.
Dave Murphy, Atlantic Service
Waters and Brown Inc.
Samuel E. Zoll
Ted's For Tires
Salem TV and Radio Inc.
O'Rourke Brothers Inc.
Salem Card Shop Inc.
Lavender Printing Company
The French Club
National House Home Furnishings
Jacks' Ladies Apparel
Kimball Travel Center
Colonial Men's Shop
T. R. Kerr Furniture Company
Compliments of Town and Country Motors
Barnett Fabric Stores Inc.
Anthony and Salem Auto School
Connelly's Candies Inc , Salem-Lynn-Swampscott
Clark S. Sears, Esq.
Holyoke of Salem Insurance Agency, Inc.
George P. Vallis-Attorney At Law
The Memates Tanning Co. Inc.
Attorney Thaddeus Buczko-Auditor of The
Cobb Electric Motor
John J. Ballow, M.D.
Attorney Sumner L. Raymond
Essex Vacuum Cleaner Co.
Thomas F. Henry, M.D.
Richard 0. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. O'Donnell Jr.
Picscrew Machine Inc.
Irving E Mysliwy, M.D.
George A. Ahmed
Mrs. Madeline Nolan
Mr. Domenico Mizzi
Mr. William Stevens
Front Row: Kevin Whitney, Jim Sullivan, Ellen Chagnon (Editor-in-Chief), Kathy Bellew, Kathy Tivnan. Back Row: Cindy Gorczyca, (assistant
editor), Paul Dube, Janet Briggs, Denise Nadeau.
Congratulations and Best
Wishes to the class of 1970 from
the staff of Gainsboro Studio
3 1 7 Essex St.
Gainsboro Studio Photographers
Other pictures taken were by:
(Yearbook photography editor)
(Assistant photography editor)
The Salem Evening News
Change is everywhere around us. Some things change rapidly
while others take many, many years. Some things change for the
better, while others unfortunately change for the worse. It is up
to us, the youth of today, and more precisely each member of
the Class of 1970, to decide into which direction this change
will be steered. Becoming more aware, more concerned, and
more involved, will aid us in determining the correct solutions
to the decisions we will be forced to make many times in the
course of our lives. Hopefully, these decisions will result in con-
structive, not destructive change.
The members of the Yearbook Staff would like to take this
opportunity to thank all of the people who devoted their time
and efforts to aiding the production of this book.
Our deepest thanks are extended to our advisors: Mrs. Mad-
aline Nolan, literary advisor; Mr. Domenico Mizzi, business ad-
visor and Mr. William Stevens, art advisor. Without their guid-
ance and help, the production of "Witch 1970" would never
have been possible.
We hope that you, the Class of 1970, have enjoyed your
yearbook and will continue to enjoy it for many years to come.
The Yearbook Staff would like to dedicate following picture of
the empty corridor to future change.